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[mininet-discuss] CCNx agent on Mininet host

Akram Hakiri hakiri_akram at yahoo.fr
Mon Mar 25 06:28:25 PDT 2013


Sounds good, I just commented #MANPAGES = mn.1 mnexec.1 and all  install 
$(MANPAGES) $(MANDIR) in the main file. The result of which command gives:

hakiri at ubuntu:~$ which miniccnx
/usr/local/bin/miniccnx


Thanks,

Akram Hakiri/
/
Le 25/03/2013 14:16, Carlos Cabral a écrit :
> I'll investigate this. With the exact same code I don't get the error 
> here.
>
> This is all for generating man pages; you can comment the following 
> line in the Makefile:
>
> /install $(MANPAGES) $(MANDIR)/
>
> just for the installation to pass (I think that it has already passed 
> in your case! Only the man/doc pages are missing). Anyway, I'll check 
> this out and inform you asap.
>
> You could them follow to the tutorial.
> ________________________________________
> *Carlos Cabral *
> /Computer Enginner
> /
> _______________________________________
>
>
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 10:06 AM, Akram Hakiri <hakiri_akram at yahoo.fr 
> <mailto:hakiri_akram at yahoo.fr>> wrote:
>
>     The package is installed but the error seems in the makefile:
>     mn.1: $(MN)
>
>         PYTHONPATH=. help2man -N -n "create a Mininet network." \
>         --no-discard-stderr $< -o $@
>
>     mnexec.1: mnexec
>         help2man -N -n "execution utility for Mininet." \
>         -h "-h" -v "-v" --no-discard-stderr ./$< -o $@
>
>     I don't know what should be :mn.1: $(MN)
>     and not sure the help2man can be written as :
>
>     PYTHONPATH= . help2man $(HELP2MAN_PROPS) --name='....' \
>     ....
>
>     Thanks,
>
>     Akram
>
>
>     Le 25/03/2013 13:52, Carlos Cabral a écrit :
>>     Hi!
>>     Try downloading the 'help2man' Ubuntu package and them, try
>>     installing it again!
>>
>>     /sudo apt-get install help2man/
>>
>>     Thanks! Let's see if that fixes the problem.
>>     ________________________________________
>>     *Carlos Cabral *
>>     /Computer Enginner
>>     /
>>     _______________________________________
>>
>>
>>     On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 9:49 AM, Akram Hakiri
>>     <hakiri_akram at yahoo.fr <mailto:hakiri_akram at yahoo.fr>> wrote:
>>
>>         Hi Carlos,
>>
>>         I received the following error when trying this command:
>>         Installing Mininet/Mini-CCNx core
>>         ~/mn-ccnx ~
>>         PYTHONPATH=. help2man -N -n "create a Mininet network." \
>>             --no-discard-stderr bin/mn -o mn.1
>>         help2man: can't get `--help' info from bin/mn
>>         make: *** [mn.1] Error 13
>>
>>         How can I fix it.
>>
>>         Thanks,
>>
>>         Hakiri akram
>>
>>
>>         Le 25/03/2013 13:36, Carlos Cabral a écrit :
>>>         Hi Akram, how are you doing?
>>>
>>>         As you probably have the directories 'openflow' and
>>>         'openvswitch' in your home directory (because you've already
>>>         installed Mininet before), use only the following option for
>>>         installing Mini-CCNx only:
>>>
>>>         sudo ./mn-ccnx/util/install.sh -n
>>>
>>>         If you confirm this, I'll update the installation
>>>         instructions with this!
>>>
>>>         Thank you and please don't hesitate to reach out directly
>>>         for me if you need anything!
>>>         ________________________________________
>>>         *Carlos Cabral *
>>>         /Computer Enginner
>>>         /
>>>         _______________________________________
>>>
>>>
>>>         On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 8:17 PM, Akram Hakiri
>>>         <hakiri_akram at yahoo.fr <mailto:hakiri_akram at yahoo.fr>> wrote:
>>>
>>>             Hi Christian,
>>>
>>>             Because I have mininet installed in ubuntu 12.04,
>>>              installing mini-ccnx generates errors because older
>>>             folder exists
>>>             in my home directory. So, how can I install it without
>>>             removing mininet.
>>>
>>>             Thanks,
>>>
>>>             Akram
>>>
>>>
>>>             Le 24/03/2013 20:19, Christian Esteve Rothenberg a écrit :
>>>
>>>                 Hi Nam et al,
>>>
>>>                 just a quick updated on this topic. We have updated
>>>                 the Wiki page and
>>>                 the Mini-CCNx code, which now allows also to import
>>>                 a replica of the
>>>                 NDN with annotated links and OSPFN ready to be used.
>>>
>>>                 A link to a preconfigured VM is also available in
>>>                 the Wiki:
>>>                 https://github.com/carlosmscabral/mn-ccnx/wiki
>>>
>>>                 We have also included a technical report that
>>>                 describes the tool and
>>>                 the type of NDN experiments that we have been able
>>>                 to replicate:
>>>                 https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ph0neazhktgunq/icn13-mn-ccnx.pdf
>>>
>>>                 -Christian
>>>
>>>                 On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 10:37 AM, Carlos Cabral
>>>                 <carlosmscabral at gmail.com
>>>                 <mailto:carlosmscabral at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>
>>>                     Hi Nam,
>>>
>>>                     Currently SDN has no role in Mini-CCNx. All
>>>                     pre-configuration is done using
>>>                     a configuration file. You can pre-configure FIB
>>>                     entries and cache (CS) size
>>>                     for each node in the topology and later, with
>>>                     the running environment, you
>>>                     can use routing schemes such as OSPFN and others.
>>>
>>>                     Thanks!
>>>                     ________________________________________
>>>                       Carlos Cabral
>>>                     Computer Enginner
>>>                     _______________________________________
>>>
>>>
>>>                     On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 6:12 AM, NGUYEN Xuan Nam
>>>                     <xuan-nam.nguyen at inria.fr
>>>                     <mailto:xuan-nam.nguyen at inria.fr>>
>>>                     wrote:
>>>
>>>                         Yes, nice !!
>>>
>>>                         Just a question, does SDN have any role in
>>>                         your work? For example, the
>>>                         controller can configure FIB or CS of a CCN
>>>                         node ?
>>>
>>>                         Thanks.
>>>
>>>                         Nam
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>                         On 02/25/2013 08:44 PM, Christian Esteve
>>>                         Rothenberg wrote:
>>>
>>>                             Hi Nam,
>>>
>>>                             we have been working lately exactly on
>>>                             this combination CCNx + Mininet.
>>>
>>>                             Find here the related code and
>>>                             documentation:
>>>                             https://github.com/carlosmscabral/mn-ccnx/wiki/Tutorial
>>>
>>>                             We will release soon a Technical Report
>>>                             in english.
>>>                             If you are profecient in portuguese we
>>>                             can share the portuguese
>>>                             version right ahead ;)
>>>
>>>                             Please let us know how it goes.
>>>
>>>                             Best regards,
>>>                             Christian
>>>
>>>                             On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 10:48 AM, NGUYEN
>>>                             Xuan Nam
>>>                             <xuan-nam.nguyen at inria.fr
>>>                             <mailto:xuan-nam.nguyen at inria.fr>> wrote:
>>>
>>>                                 Hello,
>>>
>>>                                 I am trying to run the CCNx agent
>>>                                 (listen at port 9695) on Mininet host.
>>>
>>>                                 sudo mn
>>>                                 --controller=remote,ip=127.0.0.1,port=6633
>>>                                 --topo single,3
>>>                                 xterm h1, h2
>>>                                 h1: ccndstart
>>>                                 h2: ccndstart
>>>
>>>
>>>                                 However, there is a conflict between
>>>                                 2 process: CCNx agent on host 2
>>>                                 will
>>>                                 kill CCNx agent on h1).
>>>
>>>                                 It is not possible to run both agent
>>>                                 on 2 hosts listening on same port
>>>                                 9695?
>>>
>>>                                 Thanks.
>>>
>>>                                 Nam
>>>
>>>
>>>
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